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La Vie En Rose Ukulele Chords

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G                         GMA7                      G6               Dbdim  Am7  D7
Hold me close and hold me fast the magic spells you cast, this is la vie en ros - e
 Am                       D7                          Am      D7     Am      D7    G
 When you kiss me heaven sighs, and though I close my eyes, I see la vie en ros - e
 G                         GMA7                   G6       G7                  C
 When you press me to your heart I'm in a world a-part, a world where roses bloom
 Am                          G                 A7                   A9           D7
 And when you speak angels sing from above, everyday words seem to turn into love songs
 G                 GMA7                             Am     D7      G
 Give your heart and soul to me and life will always be la vie en rose.

Note From Author: This is my first tab, I did a lot of it by ear and hopefully it works 
for you. The chords are relatively easy too. If you feel some parts are wrong or off, do 
let me know and I can amend it. Hope you enjoy this beautiful song.
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Bow94 60 wrote on January 30 2014, 12:16 pm, edited at 12:18 pm

The "Am-7" is literally playing the Ukelele without holding down anything."Dbdim" is G6 but on the first fret."A9" is A7 with the addition of holding down the A string (bottom string) on the second fret.It seems the names of the chords differ from site to site hence why Ive had to make these corrections :) Hope these help!!!

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Bow94 60 wrote on January 30 2014, 12:22 pm

In the second line of "I see La Vie En Rose" it should be as follows

D7 G* G
I see la vie en ros - e

G* should be played on first fret.

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clgparker 10 wrote on January 31 2014, 06:02 pm

What do you mean by G being played on the first fret?

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